Wednesday, January 3rd 2018

M&A Technology Starts Shipping Their 200 MH/s Ethereum Manda Miner

M&A Technology continues to innovate with the latest technology and is shipping its Manda Miner which can be configured as an Ethereum or ZCash mining server. The Manda Miner is available now. The Manda Miner is a purpose built, application specific server solution for the cryptocurrency market. It performs at ~200MH/s for Ethereum or ~2400H/s for ZCash. The system designed by experienced cryptocurrency systems engineers is assembled at an ISO certified factory in Texas with the highest quality materials available.

The Manda Miner is a data center ready, performance optimized cool and quiet running cryptocurrency mining server. The Manda Miner is FCC B verified and housed in a 4U chassis specifically for crypto-mining purposes functional as a standalone unit or as a data center cabinet rack-mountable unit. The system's eight high performance graphics cards are optimized to interface with a standard motherboard for manageability and high quality performance. The system utilizes a highly efficient power supply and cooling fans designed to ensure operational efficiency and reliability.
We have custom tailored and optimized the operating system so the end user can easily configure their wallet and start to collect either Ethereum or ZCash cryptocurrency. The Manda Miner has been designed to plug in, turn on, configure your wallet, assign your pool, and collect currency. The Manda Miner is also rack-mountable which means the system can work well in a 24U or 42U rack cabinet.

Find out more about this professionally built server and why it is the right solution for your Ethereum and ZCash mining needs at: https://www.mandaminer.com/
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12 Comments on M&A Technology Starts Shipping Their 200 MH/s Ethereum Manda Miner

#1
R-T-B
When I first started reading this I thought it might be an ASIC.

It's not. Yawn.
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#3
dj-electric
This is 3500$ inc. shipping for 200 MH speed. How much is it for a machine with 6 GTX 1070s for mining?
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#4
R-T-B
dj-electric said:
This is 3500$ inc. shipping for 200 MH speed. How much is it for a machine with 6 GTX 1070s for mining?
A lot less I can assure you.
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nemesis.ie
dj-electric said:
This is 3500$ inc. shipping for 200 MH speed. How much is it for a machine with 6 GTX 1070s for mining?
Or indeed 4 x Vega 64 or 56 would be close (180MH/S) and 5 will be over 200MH/s on ETH.
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lexluthermiester
dj-electric said:
This is 3500$ inc. shipping for 200 MH speed. How much is it for a machine with 6 GTX 1070s for mining?
To be fair, there are 8 GPU's pictured. If we're talking about 8 1070's+Case+PSU+mobo+CPU+RAM+HDD/SSD+. So actually, that's not a half bad price...
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#7
mamatox
Ok, can someone please explain the following:
If this is a good idea and profitable. why don't these companies just keep the machines to themselves?
It's like someone else selling a money printing machine. (legal, of course)
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Jism
mamatox said:
Ok, can someone please explain the following:
If this is a good idea and profitable. why don't these companies just keep the machines to themselves?
It's like someone else selling a money printing machine. (legal, of course)
Because there's a market for this and many people are interested into mining but without all the technical expertise.

Second; if you'd assemble a computer yourself you dont have a fancy box around it, proper cooling and stuff. It's just a pile of hardware proberly hidden inside your basement or whereever you want to put that.

Some R&D and certain investment needs to be made in return. Yes we know many of us here can assemble something cheaper and that does exceed 200mh but it's far less good looking as above i guess. It's a preconfigured system, you simply turn it on, put account details into it and do not look back.
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mamatox
Jism said:
Because there's a market for this and many people are interested into mining but without all the technical expertise.

Second; if you'd assemble a computer yourself you dont have a fancy box around it, proper cooling and stuff. It's just a pile of hardware proberly hidden inside your basement or whereever you want to put that.

Some R&D and certain investment needs to be made in return. Yes we know many of us here can assemble something cheaper and that does exceed 200mh but it's far less good looking as above i guess. It's a preconfigured system, you simply turn it on, put account details into it and do not look back.
Thank you for your detailed response. But that was not my point. My question was if this is indeed a profitable machine why is the company that manufactures it selling it instead of mining themselves for e-currencies?
Thus my selling a money printing machine analogy.

Thanks
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#10
Jism
You need money to make money in the first place. I'm pretty sure there's a profit margin on every box being sold. They cant just invest 10 grand into making their own mining circus.
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Briguy2004
mamatox said:
Thank you for your detailed response. But that was not my point. My question was if this is indeed a profitable machine why is the company that manufactures it selling it instead of mining themselves for e-currencies?
Thus my selling a money printing machine analogy.

Thanks
He already answered your question.

Jism said:
Because there's a market for this and many people are interested into mining but without all the technical expertise..
There's a market for the product to be SOLD. They don't want to get into the mining game, they'd rather pour their resources into selling and developing a product/brand.
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#12
nemesis.ie
Plus there is a much longer time to return when mining + electricity costs. If you can build a machine in a few days (or less) and sell it for e.g. 20% you get a much quicker ROI.

They could also be running some machines themselves as well for longer term ROI ... You could e.g. keep one for every 20 you sell and have the machines paid for plus cash flow/paying your bills and gradually build that money printing machine.
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